1. The Rabbit Trap Clip


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    The Rabbit Trap with Logan Loughmiller and John Seitz

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    • Dealing with Overly Needy and Critical People


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      April 27, 2014 We all have them in our lives – those difficult people who will either suck the life out of your or beat you up emotionally. Because we are born with a fallen human nature, it makes us difficult to live with sometimes. How does God want us to respond to these various types of people? It’s not always going to be easy, but we need to do whatever we can to minister to the difficult people in our lives. This message is part 1 of 2 in the series RelationSlips taught on Sundays by Pastor Brandon Park. Find more messages and more information at FirstBaptistRaytown.com.

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      • Session 7 Excerpt - People Without Vision Usually Criticize Those Who Do Have Vision


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        An excerpt from The Dynamic Power of Vision (Session 7 in The Art of Pacesetting Leadership). For more information visit www.davewilliams.com/pl

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        • George W. Bush Speaks to Messianic Jews


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          George W. Bush was criticized by Jewish organizations for speaking to a group of Messianic Jews in Irving, Texas in November 2013. Some felt Christianity and Judaism are not compatible.

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          • Trailer: This Is Where We Take Our Stand


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            The documentary criticizes the US foreign policy and the public/media silence about the Iraq/Afghanistan wars via showing the realities of these wars from the perspectives of US Army veterans. PRESS TV Documentaries

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            • How to Recognize Verbal Abuse


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              Donna Barnes NYU Certified Life & Relationship Coach Author of Giving Up Junk-Food Relationships http://www.DonnaBarnes.com/ It's abusive if your partner criticizes things you say, how you do things, or what you look like. That may sound obvious, but if she's disguising it as humor, it's harder to recognize—and to stop. If you do rebut her comments, she'll probably tell you you're too sensitive or have no sense of humor. But it's not funny if your feelings are hurt. If she hits on something you already feel insecure about, you may just think she's being honest. Don't rationalize it by assuming she's trying to help you. Did you ask for her help? Or for her opinion? Then she shouldn't give it! Don't allow her to put you down for anything or in any way. She should make you feel valued, not demeaned. A person who criticizes is looking for perfection. No matter how hard you try, you'll never be good enough, because it is impossible to be perfect. If there is something she thinks she could help you do better, she should ask for your permission to make a gentle suggestion. In doing so, it's much nicer if she first compliments the things you do well. But watch out for backhanded compliments that ultimately insult you, such as, "You look good for someone who never works out"—that's passive aggressive.

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              • Trailer: Goldman Sachs: Masters of the World


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                The present documentary criticizes the corporate power and takeover of the US and other Western governments via a critical approach to Goldman Sachs' power in the US government. PRESS TV Documentaries

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                • Judge Not, That You Be Not Judged (Matthew 7) John MacArthur


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                  http://www.macarthurcommentaries.com Unrighteous and unmerciful judgment is forbidden first of all because it manifests a wrong view of God. With the phrase lest you be judged, Jesus reminds the scribes and Pharisees that they are not the final court. To judge another person's motives or to curse to condemnation is to play God. "For not even the Father judges anyone, but He has given all judgment to the Son" (John 5:22). During the millennial kingdom Christ will share some of that judgment with us (Matt. 19:28; 1 Cor. 6:2; etc.), but until that time we blaspheme God whenever we take upon ourselves the role of judge. "Who are you to judge the servant of another?" Paul asks. "To his own master he stands or falls" (Rom. 14:4). Paul was little concerned about how other people judged him, and was not even concerned about how he judged himself. "I am conscious of nothing against myself," he says, "yet I am not by this acquitted; but the one who examines me is the Lord" (1 Cor. 4:3--4)....

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                  • The New Society: When Jesus Criticizes Religion


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                    Are spiritual disciplines meant to be burdensome practices that we use to boost our status with God? Absolutely not! Pastor Tim Chaddick teaches from Matthew 6:1-8 and 16-18, in which Jesus shows us how to rightly view spiritual disciplines.

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